i found this recipe in a cookbook i picked up at a thrift shop for ten cents. it's called "food writers favorites-quick & easy entrees." i made a few small changes and it came out great, plus it was a cinch to make. next time i'll try it with ground turkey or chicken instead of the lamb, which was harder to find, more expensive, and definitely higher in fat.
this gem of a recipe was found in the 2005 cookbook, raw food -- real world. note: for those who might be concerned about whether or not agave nectar is a raw food, here is a quote from the internet = "to make the agave nectar, sap is extracted from the p
adobo is a pork or chicken recipe, marinated in soy sauce and vinegar, its up to your preference if you are going to marinate it or let the sauce mix simmer with the pork and then fried...there are a lot of ways to cook adobo...but you will sure love this
i made this up while on a weekly organic vegetable box spree. the taste is rich and flavorful and the purple color from the cabbage is incredible. you can use any vegetables you want which makes this very accommodating to whatever is on hand. this rehea
this is a great merge of buffalo chicken and pasta salad - sort of. i found this recipe on a wonderful blog called how sweet it is, and i have adapted it slightly. my family loves when i make this for dinner! i usually serve it with steamed mixed vegetabl
awesome dip for any gathering! great color for the holidays! so simple to make. you could make this lighter by using light mayo and neufchatel cheese...i, of course, opt for the full-throttle version! perfect with crostini, crackers and fresh veggies!
i found this wonderful recipe in a penzey's catalog and it became one of my favorites. i posted the recipe as i found it, but check the notes at the bottom as i made a few suggestions for the tweaks i've made.
from npr's program all things considered, april 11, 2013. use either lime or lemon juice or a combination. the recipe calls for 1 1/2 sleeves saltine crackers but that "measurement" was not accepted. not having any in the house, i googled it and found tha
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